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1鎰氫漢鑺侫pril Fools' Day
'To end our special news bulletin,' said the voice of the television announcer,'we are going over to the macaroni fields of Calabria.Macaroni has been grown in this area for over six hundred years.This last scene shows you what will happen at the end of the harvest:the famous Calabrian macaroni-eating competition!Signor Fratelli,the present champion,has won it every year since 1991.And that ends our special bulletion for today,Thursday,April 1st.We're now going back to the studio.'
Today's help
鈥淭oday my friend and I are taking a walk.suddenly, we are seeing a boy sit on the chair,he is crying,we go and ask him.鈥渨hat鈥檚 the matter with you鈥 he tell us鈥淚 can鈥檛 find my dog can you help me鈥.鈥測es,I can鈥.And we help him find his dong .oh it stay under
the big tree!
2鏈鏉ョ殑鍐犲啗Future champions
Experiments have proved that children can be instructed in swimming at a very young age.At a special swimming pool in Los Angeles ,children become expert at holding their breath under water even before they can walk.Babies of two months old do not appear to be reluctant to enter the water.It is not long before they are so accusotomed to swimming that they can pick up weights from the floor of the pool.A game that is very popular with these young swimmers is the underwater tricycle race.Tricycles are lined up on the floor of the poor seven feet under water.The children compete against each other to reach the other end of the pool.Many pedal their tricycles,but most of them prefer to push or drug them.Some children can cover the whole length of the pool without coming up for breath even once.Whether they wil ever become future Olympic champions,only time will tell.Meanwhile,they should encourage those among us who cannot swim five yards before they are grasping for air.
3 澶鏃╁拰澶鏅歍oo early and too late
Punctuality is a necessary habit in all public affairs in civilized society.Without it , nothing could ever be brought to a conclusion;everything would be in a state of chaos.Only in sparsely-populated rural community is it possible to disregard it.In ordinary living,there can be somne tolerance of unpunctuality.The intellectual,who is working on some abstruse problem,has everything coordinated and organized for the matter in hand .He is therefore forgiven if things fine.It is hard for energetic,quick-minded people to waste time,so they are often tempted to finish a job before setting out to keep an appointment.If no accidents occur on the way,like punctured tyres,diversions of traffic,sudden descent of fog,they wll be on time.They are often more instrious,useful citizens than those who are never late.The over - punctual can be as much a trial to others as the unpunctual.The guest who arrives half an hour too soon is the greatest nuisance.Some friends of my family had this irritatng habit.The only thing to do was ask them to come half an hour later than the other guests.Then they arrived just when we wanted them.
If you are catching a train,it is always better to be comfortably early than even a fraction of a minute of a minute too late.Although being early may mean wasting a little time,this will be less than if you miss the train and have to wait an hour or more for the next one;and you avoid the frustration of arriving at the very moment when the train is drawing out of the station and being unabke to get on it.An even harder situation is to be on the young girl the first time she was travelling alone.
She entered the station twenty minutes before the train was e,since her parents had impressed upon her that it would be unforgivable to miss it and cause the friends with whom she was going to stay to make two journeys to meet her.She gave her luggage to a porter and showed him her ticket.To her horror he said she was too hours too soon.She felt in her handbag for the piece of paper on which her father had written down all the details of the journey and gave it to the porter.He agreed that a train did come into the station at the time on the paper and that it did stop,but only to take on mail,not passengers.The girl asked to see a timetable,feeling sure that her father could not have made such a mistake.The porter went to fetch one and arrived back with the station master,who proced it with a flourish and pointed out a microscopic 'o' beside the time of the arrival of the train at his station;this title 'o' indicated that the train only stopped for mail.Just as that moment the train came into the station.The girl,tears streaming down her face,begged to be allowed to slip into the guard's van.But the station master was adamant:rules could not be broken.And she had to watch that train disappear towards her destination while she was left behind.